The next Legion of Nothing book is coming out in early December. I'm just waiting on two illustrations. Click through and see the new cover after you vote and help raise the profile of the Legion of Nothing online serial on Top Web Fiction.
Some of you might have been wondering about the big banner on the bottom of the Pen and Cape Society web site. If you haven't, I'll take a moment and let you scroll down to the bottom of the web site. Waiting... Waiting... And here you are. The banner leads to both the main website [...]
I'd been planning to write something anyway since PCS members are required to write four articles for the blog each year, but Christopher Wright's article on writing combat made me think I had something to add. First off, I should mention that despite Chris' caveats about how the way he writes combat does not necessarily [...]
In the interest of making people aware of fun, interesting and relevant things, I thought I'd let you know about Vaguely Circular's Superhero Week. Vaguely Circular is a blog devoted to writing, and this week it will be devoted specifically to superheroes. In their words: What is superhero week? It’s a flash event hosted by [...]
She was nowhere. Except for Perry, Willow could see only blackness. Strangely though, she could see Perry--in full color no less--even though no light source existed. It was less as if she were stuck in a dark room, and more as if she were stuck in some kind of computer simulation. Alternately (and given everything [...]
Against everything she felt she stood for, Willow stood still. Then everything went completely dark. For a moment, just as Los Angeles disappeared, she thought she felt heat, but she couldn't be sure. Then the darkness ended and she found herself in a new place. She stood next to a wide opening. Huge metal doors [...]
There's a long and a short answer to the question of why I started writing superhero prose fiction. Here's the short answer: I thought it would be unpublishable. That's generally the opposite reason would be writers start writing anything, but you'll be amused to learn that this one rests on some fairly solid logic--providing certain [...]